I just recently moved to Rochester, NH from Boston and am under contract with Verizon for another year or so. I understand that Strafford County's Verizon network was only recently turned on a few months ago. However, I'm curious if they have any plans to fine tune the network up here? As of right now it's horrible. My calls get dropped and no matter where I go, with the exception of the tower in Dover after the toll plaza heading north on the Spaulding Turnpike, my signal is generally one bar with maybe a quick occasional spike to two or three. Even in downtown Dover signal is an issue. When I used to visit here, I remember that I used to roam on Unicel and never had a problem. But now I'm a slave to Verizon's lousy coverage unless the Verizon reception is completely non-existant. Oddly enough I found this out when in a supermarket recently. While in the store Verizon's poor signal was unable to penetrate the building at all. Low and behold my phone switched to Unicel (extended network) automatically and my signal was great. Walk outside however, and instantly the strong Unicel signal was quickly replaced by the weak Verizon signal. It's aggrivating to say the least and I'm rather surprised that Verizon has done nothing to improve the coverage here. Strafford County is home to at least two of New Hampshire's larger cities and also the University of New Hampshire. You would think that they would be more actively trying to address this problem. Has anyone heard anything regarding coverage improvements here?